The events of last year triggered a mass wave of digitization, as businesses had to establish a solely online presence in a matter of days. For larger organizations which already had a strong digital business, their focus shifted elsewhere. For those smaller and younger businesses though, it meant a complete transformation. All moves made had three goals in mind: establish a reputable online presence, build overall credibility, and gain customer trust.  Many have already recognized the array of benefits of moving online, primarily that having a website instantly gives your business more credibility, and customers are far more likely to…
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